Friday

March 3rd-9th

This past week began with a
BIG 
delivery...
A 12 foot tall Playhouse
for the kiddos!

My parents purchased this "home" off of Craigslist
for the kiddos' birthday this year.

It-Is-AWESOME!!!

HOWEVER,
during the delivery,
the former owners could not fit the trailer
(that had the house on it)
through our fence opening.

So-
they dropped the house off
in our front yard.

Thankfully,
we have wonderful neighbors,
who gave up about 
5 hours of their lives
to help us figure a way to move
the structure into the backyard.

Now the kiddos are ready 
to move out...

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The house arrival
was the big event this week,
but we did mange some schooling,
which included:

*Studying the planet Mercury
*Using Hershey Bars for Fraction Fun
*Finishing up Borrower Houses


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And since Spring is "springing"
all over the place here in East Tennessee,
my sinuses are also 
"springing" a leak-
which means I am not breathing well-
and not sleeping well-
and so you can forget about getting a pic
of me with make-up on this week... ;0)

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Now,
I need to go finish packing
for our 4th and 5th grade
tween trip to
Super Start...

(More to some about that next week...)

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To check out a photo
play-by-play of the above pic,
just click
HERE...

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8 comments:

  1. Congrats on the new house! ;-)

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  2. I love your collage! Your week sounds like so much fun! I would love to have a playhouse in the backyard, too! So much pretend play! Thanks for sharing your week with us.

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  3. My kids would love to have that!

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  4. What an incredible playhouse!! Too fun!

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  5. Wow! A 12 foot playhouse sounds really amazing! Thank goodness you had some help to move it!

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  6. Wow! I know the kids are loving their new play house. It looks like such fun. We may have to use your candy bar idea for fraction studies later! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. That picture of all the kids peeking out of the house together is terrific!

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  8. What a wonderful birthday gift for the kids!! Slumber parties outside here we come- lol. Thanks for stopping by today with the so very SWEET comment- made me smile. :)

    Hershey fraction fun- yummy way to learn math for sure. Cooking pizza and cookies is always fun as well.

    Jen

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